1 of 7

# Award-Winning Private GMAT Tutoring in Country Club Hills, IL

## CBS ranked us "Best Tutors in Chicago"! Contact us to hear why. We serve the entire metro area.

Get a better score guaranteed, or your money back.

What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your phone number?

### Private In-Home and Online GMAT Tutoring in Country Club Hills, IL

Receive personally tailored GMAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

Featured by
Tutors from

### Get results. Guaranteed.

We're proud of our students and the improved scores they've achieved. We believe your student can do the same. That's why we promise to help them get a better score or we'll give you your money back.*

## Session Summaries by GMAT Tutors

We began by reviewing a few triangle questions that the student had from the last session. After that, we worked on absolute values/inequalities. She understood this content well, though, we are going to leave combined absolute value + inequality problems for the next session. We also covered functions and series problems, leaving the more advanced series questions for our next session. I assigned pertinent problems as well as reading comprehension 1-23.
I met with the student and discussed material from the math and writing sections of the GRE. We went over some math concepts such as combinations and permutations, as well as some geometry problems involving spheres and cylinders. The rest of the session focused on reviewing several essays he had written and discussing improvements that could be made and general strategies for taking the exam.
The student and I spent the session going over example problems from the quantitative comparison section of the GRE. We did some sample problems together, taking special note of the kinds of critical thinking the test will ask her to do in order to answer the problems correctly, and trying to make mental notes of the "types" of questions and the little "tricks" and "flags" that appear in the test to give the test taker a clue about what the answers are.